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“When your Achievements Start to Glow Criticisms will start to flow, it’s a sign where you have reached beyond your social limitation” – … TheRealTuelo

January 7, 2014 in General

“When your Achievements Start to Glow Criticisms will start to flow, it’s a sign where you have reached beyond your social limitation” – …

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December 1, 2013 in General

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For Petplan Insurance, that proverb carries the samet weight in today’s digital, Web 2.0 world. The company is literally lapping it up.

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Do health care cards have your social security number on them?

July 25, 2013 in Health insurance

My health care card fell out of my pocket while hanging out and I can’t find it anywhere. If someone finds it is there a chance of identity theft? I have CHG insurance, if that helps. Thank you =]

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May 23, 2013 in Health insurance

If less people have access to good, affordable health care, they will die sooner and not need social security as they age. The way health insurance is currently structured guarantees that, as time goes on, fewer of us will be able to afford it, and therefore, go without. How can we fix this mess?

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Is social working a good career choice?

May 17, 2013 in Insurance jobs and educations

I’m majoring in social working but I’m having some doubts. I don’t know how much the salary is because I get all different answers when I try looking it up. Is there anyone that is a social worker or knows the profession well enough to explain the pros & cons to me? I just wanted to know about the different areas I can specialize in and the difference in salary and fields of social working with a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree. If anyone could please just explain these few things to me I’d appreciate it greatly! thank you!

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Can I get a job in Canada without a social security number?

April 24, 2013 in Insurance jobs and educations

I’m 15 years old and a Canadian citizen and I want to get a job this summer. So I need a social security number to get a job? I live in Ontario by the way.
@ Jeff. For God’s sake I was born in Canada you nob. It says above that I’m a Canadian citizen. By the way I say nob in a good way to you :)

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April 17, 2013 in Health insurance

I hear many rants from conservatives about how Obama’s health care reform is totally and completley unconstitutional.

Question #1: If they are right, and it is unconstitutional, why is Social Secrity, Medicare, Medicaid, and unemployment insurance constitutional.

Question #2: If Republicans want to repeal health care on the basis of its unconstitutionality, how can they justify their support of Social Security, unemployment insurance, Medicare, and Medicaid, since they are all also mandatory government programs?

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March 6, 2013 in General

Okay, fun. Recently arrested for driving on suspended license due to my lizard-headed insurance company reporting my being behind on payment. No problem, right? Just pay the 60 dollar fine at DMV and get it reinstated before court date and everything can go back to normal (though giving serious thought to dropping the lizard and doing esurance after conflict is resolved.)

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February 13, 2013 in Insurance jobs and educations

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Should I take out a student loan and get into debt to save my social life and get on track with school?

January 17, 2013 in Insurance jobs and educations

Right now I’m 20 and living at home. I’m going to school on a scholarship that pays tuition only. It’s getting aggravating living with my parents and it’s hard for women to take you seriously as well. I have a job too, but I dont get paid enough to live by myself with my check. The loan would be for maybe five thousand dollars (Is that enough for a semester?) I want to buy a tv, maybe some stuff for the apartment because I wouldn’t have anything to start with, so I figure I need to take out a lot to pay for that. I could use my job to pay for rent and food. The loan would be for books, internet, insurance, cellphone, gas, and random other stuff that pops up. It would definitely help my confidence when talking to women and trying to host more friends which in turn helps you meet new people. That part figures in a lot. My job pays a good chunk of what I need, but for all the other stuff thats involved with moving out . . . i need more money.

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